David Croft and Maurice Hamilton with commentary on the Malaysian Grand Prix from 7.00am, followed by a pick of the action at the Commonwealth Games. With reflections on the day's athletics and a round-up of the rest of the day's action. Plus updates from cricket's Third Test.
A special cricket edition, live from India. Featuring sports guests and interviews with Bollywood stars, and with Alice Patten about her part in a Bollywood movie. And after 11.00 the 5 Li ve Report.
The Tebbit Test. Reporter Jessie Aru investigates whether millions of pounds of Government money aimed at integrating immigrants into the UK through sport has made a difference, and asks whether we should apply Norman Tebbit 's famous cricket test.
Eleanor Oldroyd presents commentary on Newcastle United v Liverpool at 1.30pm, followed by Fulham v Chelsea at 4.00. Also, updates from Celtic v Dunfermline in the CIS Insurance Cup final and reports from Hearts v Rangers in the Scottish Premier League, and from three matches in rugby league's
Super League. Plus reports and interviews from the second day of the Third Test in Mumbai and, from earlier in the day, the Malaysian Grand Prix.
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